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The 



1983 




Get Out of Your 



Shell 



Go GREEK! 






Special thanks to all who helped put this book together, especially: 

Margie Fudali, Alpha Phi 
Eric Ward, Phi Delta Theta 
Kathy Betz, Alpha Zi Delta 
Dave Weissman, Phi Sigma Delta 
Marybeth Marsden, Delta Delta Delta 
Heidi Kappeler, Kappa Delta 
Betsey White, Alpha Gamma Delta 
Bev Darvin, Alpha Zi Delta 
Chris Kennedy, Sigma Chi 
Sherri Collins, Pi Beta Phi 
Tom Keller, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Roberta Mazal, Alpha Zi Delta 
Carlos Restrepo, Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Marty Heinrich, Tau Epsilon Phi 
Barbara Kopera, Alpha Delta Pi 
Robert Reeves, Alpha Gamma Rho 
Leslie Strompf, Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Cheri Rekoon, Sigma Delta Tau 
Cheryl Allebach, Kappa Alpha Theta 
Debbie Vandermuelen, Gamma Phi Beta 
Tina Saarlas, Delta Gamma 
Christopher Gibbs, Zeta Psi 
Eric Becker, Alpha Tau Omega 
Brian Klan, Pi Kappa Alpha 



ADVERTISING: j^^^ Miller, Alpha Epsilon Phi 



Roberta Feingold, Alpha Epsilon Phi 



and Malcolm Neitzey, our faithful advisor. Without your hard work and enthusiasm 
this book would not be possible. Thanks again! 




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Homecoming — 

Once upon a time, on a sunny and cool afternoon in 
October, the Maryland Terrapins dominated the Duke 
Blue Devils in their 1982 Homecoming victory. 

Likewise did the Maryland Greeks dominate the 
preceding week of university sponsored Homecoming 
activity. 

The theme "Once Upon A Time . . ." inspired such 
match-ups as "The Terp and the Beanstalk," "The 
Grinch Who Stole Homecoming," "Winnie the Pooh 
(and Maryland too)," "Hansel and Gretel," and "The 
Arabian Knights," just to mention a few. 

The couples in Thursday night's dance contest all 
displayed talent and showmanship, with DPhiE and 
Delta Sig taking the top prize for their "Pinnochio" 
themed dance. 

The traditional parade began and ended this year 
with sun and fair weather, unlike last year's destruc- 
tive rain. PIKA and Theta's float portrayal of Snoopy 
and the Red Baron was the favorite, taking the "Best 
Overall" President's Award. Another winner was DG 
and ZETE's depiction of the E.T. bicycle scene, which 
won the first place Chancellor's Award. 

House decorations, another tradition, topped off the 
weeks student competition, with ATO and KD takin g 
the top honors for the Gingerbread h ouse they created 
on College Avenue. 

/viier tHe fireworks, after the scavenger hunt, after 
all the competition and partying, the Greeks sat back 
at Byrd, partied a little more, and watched their Terra- 
pins compete . . . and soundly win for us all. 





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GREEK WEEK 1982 



Despite poor weather conditions, Greek Week 1982 was an amazing success for all 
who participated as well as those who watched. The theme, Broadway Musicals, 
evoked many interesting ideas from all the match-ups. Beginning with a ceremonial 
re-dedication and ending with a phenomenal fire works display, Greek Week was 
quite a spectacle. 

Re-dedication, the week's kick off event got underway at 4:00 p.m. Sunday the 18th. 
During the ceremony, each Greek re-statedhisor her pledge to be honorary members 
of the sytem. The highlight of this event was the recognition of the two outstanding 
Greeks of the year. Kim Connolly and Steve Brannan were chosen in 1982. Annually, 
one man and one woman receive this honor. The two were selected by the Kalegathos 
Society. 

Following the re-dedication, the next 5 days were action packed and highly competi- 
tive. In the end, only one pair could take the title. 1982 happened to be the year for 
SAE and KKG with their theme "Babes in Toyland". Some say that the m atch-up's 
combined participation of nearly 200 was what pushed them over the top. ^D, PKA 
and Omega Psi Phi took a close second with their theme of "Barnum". 

Aside from the overall winners, certain individual events won by other match-ups 
were particularly exciting. These included "Thumper", won by Theta Chi, SDT and 
Alpha Epsilon Pi; the Olympics taken by AGR, DG DU and DST, and best float won by 
PKA with their "Pink Paper Machet Elephant". 

Special thanks, as well as recognition, must be given to Kim Connolly, "Boomer" 
Higgins and Craig Thomas who were the over-all chairpersons for Greek Week. As 
Grace Dobson (Drafter of "Playbill", 1982's Greek Week program), put it, these three 
occasionally "took a lot of flack", but managed to formulate a fantastic week. 

Wrapping up the fun on Thursday nite, the 22nd, was the first annual fire works 
display launched from the South Chapel lawn. The display proceeded immediately 
following an amazing performance by the pop group "The Hubcaps". All in all, the 
week went off without a flaw despite the adverse weather conditions. 




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Chairman; Dave Littleton, Secretary; Brian Steele, Athletic Chairman. 
Not Pictured: Mike Rosenthal, Asst. Rush Chairman. 



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SPRING, 1983 



On the first day Malcolm shed a glimmer of light on the project he 
called the FRIEZE. He sighed with relief and was glad to be rid of 
it. 



In the middle of our endeavor he asked us to come together in one 
place. He called this "organization". We grasped this "organi- 
zation" and fiddled around with it. 



Now this is the end, and another FRIEZE has been conceived. We 
toyed with our "organization" until it hurt and we dutifully pene- 
trated the Greek System. 



The System sighed. We enjoyed it also. 



Relax, remember, and let your fingers do the walking. 



Fraternally. 



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Alpha Tau Omega 



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PERSONALS 

To my favorite six-pack, TWO down and 4 jugs to chug, Steve J. . . . To the flying 
nun's phalic nephew PAT, you are a bigger dick than your aunt (sister) ROSEMARY 
has ever imagined . . . PKA number #1 — 000 RAH PKA ... To AXO's Rosanne 
—NICE EYES!!! Love PAT . . . Marybeth never again!!! MARTY .... Susan you am 
almost a GREEK, guess who? . . . Bennett, have you no taste at all? . . . ATO GREEK 
WEEK WAS THE BEST, LOVE THETA . . . Barbie have a great summer. Love Steph 
TO THE BROTHERS OF TAU KAPPA EPSILON, WE MADE IT — DAVE ... B it 
was never as much fun as that day in the swamp, LOVE PIKE . . . ATO #1 GAW, I 
can't believe they call this school. Never forget the MING STING because I still 
keep a glass to the wall! J.K. . . . S.W. Good Luck, your semi-FORMAL 
date MITCH . . . Dana it wasn't that much fun, but it wasn't too bad anyway!!! love 
Bill . . . If I were a carpenter and you were a lady, we'd still screw . . . Mike Canning, 
Still Goofing Around WHAT??? Holly I miss you, Luke . . . Soo Yung study hard 
your Chen Doe . . . JLK, so who wears underwear anyway?? What!?!? GAW. PRGGS 
— wildhorses couldn't drag me away, Kappa Sigma . . . 



CONGRATULATIONS 

AND GOOD LUCK 

TO THE CLASS 

OF 

1983 

The FRIEjZEj STAFF 




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Featuring fresh-baked goods and specialty foods " 
around the corner at 4505 Knox Rd. Open 7-9 p.m. daily. 



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WE ARE BALFOUR HOUSE . . . We've been serving Greeks since Mr. 
Balfour started the Company in 1903 . . . Official jeweler to 90% of all 
Greek groups for badges, guards, dangles, and recognition pins . . . 
came to University of Maryland in 1978 as the local outlet for U.M. 
Greeks . . . we're dedicated to providing our customers with the best 
quality at the best possible price . . . you demand and deserve that . . . 



PID YOU KNOW THAT ... We are only one of 12 Balfour Houses in the 
country and THIS ONE'S FOR YOU! . . . Why patronize outside compan- 
ies and their salesman when we are here for each and every day . . . want 
non-stock specialty items? We'll be glad to order for you . . . take 
advantage of our fast sevice and easy accessibility . . . let us serve you 
better . . . 



WHAT BALFOUR HOUSE DOES . . . PARTY FAVORS and Novelties, 
Glassware & Ceramics, Custom Silkscreening and Design work. Let- 
terhead Sportswear, Plaques & Awards, Paddle supplies. Official 
Jewelry, Handcrafted Greek Gifts, and special items like Blankets, 
Wooden Mugs, Kool Kans, and more . . . 





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NOW WE'VE GOT 
THE BIGGEST REFRIGERATOR 

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We've made our warehouse into a giant 
refrigerator .. .a Controlled Environment 
Warehouse. 

Sophisticated temperature control devices 
make sure the quality Anheuser-Busch beers 
in our warehouse are kept at the optimum 
beer cool temperature, because that's the 
best way to protect their natural freshness 
and flavor. 

Controlled Environment Warehousing. We're 
keeping ours cool... so yours stays fresh. 






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ALPHA CHI OMEGA 
FRISBEE GOLF TOURNAMENT 

Proceeds Benefitting Cystic Fibrosis 

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Thank you for being a friend to me when needing someone there — my failing 
hopes to bolster and my secret fears to share . . . Thank you for being so good to me 
when it was hard to know — the wisest course to follow, what to do and where to go. 

Thank you for giving me confidence when I had lost my way — speaking the 
word that led me through the tunnel of the day . . . Thank you for all you did and said 
to ease the weight for me — Never intruding, but there in the background, helping 
quietly. 

Thank you not only for sympathy in times of grief and stress — but for all you 
have meant to me in terms of happiness . . . Many a lovely day we've known and 
many a laugh we've had — Thank you for being the kind of friend that shares the 
good and bad. 

Patience Strong 



In loving memory of Renee Servis 



We would like to express our gratitude to those members of the Greek System 
who gave us support when we needed it most. When our sister, Renee Servis passed 
away the response from the Greek community was instantaneous. We deeply 
appreciate the support and friendship that was given to us. 

To say thank you is not enough. 

The sisters and pledges 
of Alpha Gamma Delta 



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SORORITY DIRECTORY 



ALPHA CHI OMEGA 
ALPHA DELTA PI 
ALPHA EPSILON PHI 
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA 
ALPHA OMICRON PI 
ALPHA PHI 
ALPHA XI DELTA 
DELTA DELTA DELTA 
pELTA GAMMA 
Dl]LTA PHI EPSILON 
GAMMA PHI BETA 
KAPPA ALPHA THETA 
KAPPA DELTA 
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA 
PHI SIGMA SIGMA 
PI BETA PHI 
SIGMA DELTA TAU 
SIGMA KAPPA 



4525 COLLEGE AVENUE 864-7044 

4603 COLLEGE AVENUE 864-8146 
#11 FRATERNITY ROW 927-9701 
4535 COLLEGE AVENUE 864-9806 
4517 COLLEGE AVENUE 927-9871 
7402 PRINCETON AVENUE 927-0833 

4517 KNOX ROAD 927-1384 

4604 COLLEGE AVENUE 277-9720 

4518 KNOX ROAD 864-9880 
4514 KNOX ROAD 864-9692 
#9 FRATERNITY ROW 927-9773 
#8 FRATERNITY ROW 927-7606 
4610 COLLEGE AVENUE 864-9528 
7407 PRINCETON AVENUE 277-1511 
4531 COLLEGE AVENUE 927-9828 
#12 FRATERNITY ROW 864-9436 
4516 KNOX ROAD 864-8803 
#10 FRATERNITY ROW 927-6244 



FRATERNITY DIRECTORY 



ALPHA EPSILON PI 
ALPHA GAMMA RHO 
ALPHA TAU OMEGA 
BETA THETA PI 
DELTA SIGMA PHI 
DELTA TAU DELTA 
DELTA UPSILON 
KAPPA ALPHA 
KAPPA SIGMA 
PHI DELTA THETA 
PHI GAMMA DELTA 
PHI KAPPA SIGMA 
PHI KAPPA TAU 
PHI SIGMA DELTA 
PHI SIGMA KAPPA 
PI KAPPA ALPHA 
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON 
SIGMA ALPHA MU 
SIGMA CHI 
SIGMA NU 
SIGMA PI 
TAU EPSILON PHI 
TAU KAPPA EPSILON 
THETA CHI 
ZETA PSI 



#13 FRATERNITY ROW 277-9819 

7511 PRINCETON AVENUE 927-9831 

4611 COLLEGE AVENUE 927-9769 
1211L STUDENT UNION 454-4952 
4300 KNOX ROAD 927-9770 
#3 FRATERNITY ROW 864-9780 
#6 FRATERNITY ROW 927-9705 
#1 FRATERNITY ROW 864-9846 
7305 YALE AVENUE 927-1869 
4605 COLLEGE AVENUE 927-9884 

4612 COLLEGE AVENUE 864-9398 
#5 FRATERNITY ROW 864-9828 
7404 HOPKINS AVENUE 864-9816 
#14 FRATERNITY ROW 927-9557 
#7 FRATERNITY ROW 779-9601 
4340 KNOX ROAD 779-9801 
#4 FRATERNITY ROW 454-6065 
#2 FRATERNITY ROW 277-9770 
4600 NORWICH ROAD 864-9807 
4617 NORWICH ROAD 927-9187 
1211L STUDENT UNION 779-7265 
4607 KNOX ROAD 864-9513 
1211L STUDENT UNION 454-4952 
7401 PRINCETON AVENUE 779-9715 
7403 HOPKINS AVENUE 779-3750